NY Times has a funny article on dating amongst the bibliophiles and how saying too little or too much about a book can break relationships amongst those whose first love is reading ! Dating bibliophiles seems like a very tricky business, for you could be dropped for not knowing Pushkin, or for adoring Howard Roark!But … Continue reading Finding love in reading
I love travel, and there is, in my opinion, nothing better than a regular tryst with nature. Yet, to me, taking off on a journey seems like a tough thing to do each time. I spend a few hours packing neatly my shampoos and creams, counting the number of dresses I might need, throwing in … Continue reading Into the wild
I am glad that online bookstores have finally found their way to India. Despite the numerous instances of canceled orders or 'Out of stock' messages that you encounter when dealing with them, they do offer you a chance to get your hands on a few books that remain elusive. Eichmann in Jerusalem was one of … Continue reading Eichmann in Jerusalem
Somehow, have not spent much time on this blog for a few days - mainly because of work, and also because my blogging time window was devoured by the two posts I wrote on my travel blog. I have not really read much in the last few days (Inching away with Eichmann in Jerusalem, which … Continue reading Fathers and Sons
I fail to understand the hysteria around it - a mere assortment of madmen!